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Thousands defy crackdown in Moscow's biggest protest for years

11 Aug 2019

MOSCOW Tens of thousands of Russians staged what a monitoring group called the country's biggest political protest for eight years on Saturday, defying a crackdown to demand free elections to Moscow's city legislature. | Video

Russia's Yandex shares bounce after criticism of draft foreign ownership law

29 Jul 2019

MOSCOW Shares in Yandex, a Russian equivalent to Google, bounced on Monday after Deputy Prime Minister Maxim Akimov called a draft law on limiting foreign ownership in major Russian IT companies "destructive".

UPDATE 1-Russia's Yandex shares bounce after criticism of draft foreign ownership law

29 Jul 2019

MOSCOW, July 29 Shares in Yandex, a Russian equivalent to Google, bounced on Monday after Deputy Prime Minister Maxim Akimov called a draft law on limiting foreign ownership in major Russian IT companies "destructive".

Russia detains more than 1,000 people in opposition crackdown

28 Jul 2019

MOSCOW Russian police rounded up more than 1,000 people in Moscow on Saturday in one of the biggest crackdowns of recent years against an increasingly defiant opposition decrying President Vladimir Putin's tight grip on power. | Video

Police in Moscow detain opposition activists before protest

27 Jul 2019

MOSCOW, July 27 Russian police have detained prominent members of the opposition in Moscow ahead of a planned protest later on Saturday which the authorities have declared illegal and warned could become violent.

Russia plans to make 200 more Sukhoi jets despite crash: minister

08 Jul 2019

MOSCOW Russia plans to produce at least another 200 Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft, Industry Minister Denis Manturov told Reuters, despite a fatal crash that raised questions about the future of the country's first new passenger jet since the Soviet Union.

Russia's Rosatom sees foreign revenues, new products fuelling rapid growth

24 Jun 2019

MOSCOW Russian state nuclear company Rosatom aims to triple its revenue in U.S. dollar terms by 2030, driven by foreign projects from Belarus to Bangladesh and new product areas such as carbon fibre, its chief executive told Reuters.

Rosatom sees Northern Sea Route costs at 735 billion roubles, Russian budget to provide a third

24 Jun 2019

MOSCOW Russia's ambitious Northern Sea Route (NSR) requires 735 billion roubles (9 billion pounds) in investments, with the state budget to provide a third and the rest to come from companies and banks, the head of state nuclear firm Rosatom, Alexey Likhachyov, said.

Russia's Rosatom sees foreign revenues, new products fuelling rapid growth

24 Jun 2019

MOSCOW Russian state nuclear company Rosatom aims to triple its revenue in U.S. dollar terms by 2030, driven by foreign projects from Belarus to Bangladesh and new product areas such as carbon fiber, its chief executive told Reuters.

Russia's Rosatom sees foreign revenues, new products fuelling rapid growth

24 Jun 2019

MOSCOW, June 24 Russian state nuclear company Rosatom aims to triple its revenue in U.S. dollar terms by 2030, driven by foreign projects from Belarus to Bangladesh and new product areas such as carbon fibre, its chief executive told Reuters.

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EU rebuffs Johnson's Brexit gambit

The European Union on Tuesday rebuffed Prime Minister Boris Johnson's demand that it reopen the Brexit divorce deal, saying Britain had failed to propose any realistic alternative to an agreed insurance policy for the Irish border.